6 Nov 2013

Britain and Ireland’s largest land art entitled Wish at Belfast’s Titanic Quarter in Northern Ireland

An aerial picture shows Britain and Ireland’s largest land art entitled Wish at Belfast’s Titanic Quarter in Northern Ireland. Spanning 11 acres, the artwork, by Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, is made up from 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tonnes of soil and 2,000 tonnes of sand. The land art shows the face of an anonymous six-year-old Belfast girl. Rodriguez-Gerada said the land art, which was put together with the help of an army of local volunteer, is the largest he has ever produced.
An aerial picture shows Britain and Ireland’s largest land art entitled Wish at Belfast’s Titanic Quarter in Northern Ireland. Spanning 11 acres, the artwork, by Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, is made up from 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tonnes of soil and 2,000 tonnes of sand. The land art shows the face of an anonymous six-year-old Belfast girl. Rodriguez-Gerada said the land art, which was put together with the help of an army of local volunteer, is the largest he has ever produced.

No comments:

Post a Comment